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Life is not precious and it’s not a Gift.

by Kmoney2

Every day I wake up thinking that this day will better than the last, but it doesn’t work that way. Every day is the same crap. Hoping that someone will hire me, but it doesn’t work like that in today’s world. You have to wait and wait and wait hoping for someone to hire when you know they won’t. I have always wondered why interviewers want a hand shake after an interview. They always say they will give a call when they really don’t. To me right there, that is backstabbing. They always act so happy to see you, but never call if you have the job or not. What a bunch bull a crap. I guess for me not having a job is a permanent problem and it probably always will be. I hate being alive so much. I hate also hate it when people say “It will get better. It will get better.” How the hell do they know my life will get better? Can’t go to the doctor to treat this depression because I have no money. So what options are there? Why am I talking about this since I’m just a nobody and nobody ever seems to care. My nonexistence was a lot better before coming into this stupid meaningless life. You know for once I want to be free and to be happy. It’s that too much to ask for? I guess it is!

No Job

No Income

No car of my OWN

Probably will never get a girlfriend

Probably will never get a house

I’m 24 years old by the way. How pathetic is that?

*Shrugs shoulders*

Oh well! Life continues with or without you.


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RealTalk30 7/26/2013 - 8:06 am

If I would have known about SP when I was your age, I would have wrote the exact same thing. But I didn’t give up and things are way better now.
Now I’m afraid my life will be cut short any day now. Things can turn completely around but the question is, can you handle it when it does?

burnside1 7/26/2013 - 8:12 am

A girlfriend will only lead to heartbreak. Join the military if you can you will make some good friends and a change of life may do you some good.

whoslaughingnow 7/26/2013 - 8:20 am

I agree about the interview, pretty crap!

salander 7/26/2013 - 11:29 am

I am a little younger than you (19), but I’m starting to understand how you feel. I don’t have a job as well. Never had a boyfriend and, in fact, I’m a virgin (probably the last one at my college). Who would want to date me? I’m a mess.
After some time looking for a job/a boyfriend, ypu start to think that that is something wrong with you. I would like to tell you that this is not true, because that’s exactly what I think: there’s something wrong with me. But I keep going on, I don’t know why.
It’s sad to know there are other people feeling like I do. Don’t worry,dude, you’re not alone here.

clevername 7/26/2013 - 2:01 pm

Heh, at 24 you still have time.

Try being 30+

I guarantee you will feel 10x worse by then, if you don’t go beastmode and correct your situation, starting right now.

Apply everywhere.

Be strict about your scheduling and hygiene.

Eat healthy (get all your vitamins/minerals, smaller portions and more meals)

When you get hired, be “about it.” Take your job seriously, do it as well as you can, and try to get along with everyone (or at least try not to make enemies in the workplace).

Refuse to do anything that could jeopardize your income. Don’t get drunk, don’t get high, don’t stay out or up late playing video games.

Don’t buy frivolous crap that you don’t need.

Work for 3 years straight. Get a car. Study for ACT/SAT, get a high score, apply for grants, go to college.

Continue this pattern until you have your degree. Work anywhere, take an internship relating to your degree, just to get “experience.”

Get a “good job.”

Keep it.

Save money.

By the time you’re 30, you could be buying a house.


Try hard, and don’t quit.

Bad things will happen sometimes, but just plow through them and don’t look back.

clevername 7/26/2013 - 3:13 pm

Note: i fudged the math a bit there. It shouldn’t take 3 years to get a car. You should be able to do it in just one, if you’re frugal enough and manage to find a decent used car in the $3k range.

We’re not born free, we’re born into economic slavery, and happiness is but a carrot on a stick, meant not to be eaten, but to motivate the mules to pull the load.

noori993 7/26/2013 - 4:46 pm

It may be just frustrate you more to hear this but it ‘does’ get better. And it is important to not adopt a defeatist approach. If you do not expect yourself to succeed,despite the many downfalls, no one else will either!

Kmoney2 7/27/2013 - 9:29 am

I know about the heartache part, but it would be cool to have a girlfriend for like a week to a month. Just to see what it’s like to have someone really interested in you for once.

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